Designed by Honolulu architect H.L. Kerr, the Fred Baldwin Memorial Home consists of seven original buildings, two sheds, and two additions that appear to have been constructed by the Maui Land & Pineapple Company. The dominant style of the complex is Craftsman, however, the buildings are embellished with ah aclectic mix of Craftsman, Neo-Classical, and vernacular Japanese details. The Fred Baldwin Memorial Home was also used as a local institution for elderly European, Anglo- and Euro-American men which was established by Henry Perrine Baldwin in 1909 in memory of his son, Fred, who died in 1905.
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